Diagnosis of Blood Cancer is carried out with Peripheral Blood Smear, Complete Blood Count, Bone Marrow Aspiration and Blood Coagulation Tests along with Polymerase Chain Reaction, CT Scan, MRI Scan.
Leukemia cancer or Blood Cancer can be hereditary also. If you are in higher risk category, then you should get timely diagnosis to identify any trace of leukemia in your body. Earlier screening ensures excellent survival rate. The diagnosis of Leukemia Cancer can be done with the help of blood tests like Peripheral blood smear and complete blood count, blood coagulation tests, bone marrow aspiration followed by biopsy procedure, histochemistry, immunohistochemistry procedures.
Some other chromosome testing procedures include Cytogenetics, In situ hybridization, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Lumbar Puncture and Lymph node biopsy procedure. The imaging tests utilized for diagnosis of cancer includes CT scan, MRI scan as well as Gallium scan and Bone scan in some of the cases.
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